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Arritt Funeral Home

Arritt Funeral Home
1102 South Highland Avenue
Covington, VA 24426
Phone: (540) 962-2201
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Restaurant was fate for Correale

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Even though we all had the recipe, none of us could make it like she could," she said. In 1985, the Correale family opened their first Brooklyn Bridge restaurant near Covington Pike and Stage. That location, however, didn't really work out. So in 1987, they moved to their current location, tucked away in a small shopping center near Poplar and Kirby. In June, Brooklyn Bridge will mark its 25th anniversary there, a date that will surely now be bittersweet for the Correale family. Still, despite the loss of their matriarch, Vincent said the restaurant "absolutely" will remain open. The Correales spent much of their early life in the North before Vincent's job with General Mills brought them to Memphis. They almost left here for Chicago, when he was to be transferred there in the early '80s. "I went, looked around for a house. Bridgette came up there. She said, 'It's not for me. I want to stay in Memphis,'" Vincent said. "She lived in the South for five years, and she didn't want to leave." That's when he cashed in his pension and they entered the restaurant business, a decision that many Memphians who have eaten at the Brooklyn Bridge over the years applaud. In addition to her husban... (The Commercial Appeal)

Birmingham Festival Theatre serves up another effective 'Last Hotel ... - al.com

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
The Last Hotel for Women," Randy Marsh's play about race in 1961 Birmingham was provocative, uncomfortable, challenging and disturbing. Time hasn't dulled the play, adapted from the book by Vicki Covington, Marsh's sister, and to end its 40th-anniversary season, BFT has mounted an effective revival of the show. Nearly two decades certainly haven't dulled its power. As "The Last Hotel for Women" opens, race problems are boiling in the Magic City. Freedom Riders are arriving, and Eugene "Bull" Connor, commissioner of public safety, is fighting as hard as he can again...

Marcia Sue Brosh Lewis - Newport Independent

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
Marcia Sue Brosh Lewis, 70, of League City, Texas, passed away Monday, March 19, 2012.  She was born Oct. 6, 1941, in Covington, Ky, to Charles Brosh and Ruth Proctor Brosh.  Marcia was raised in Newport, and attended William Woods College in Fulton, Mo.  She moved to Houston, Texas in 1969 and raised her family.  Marcia began her career in nursing in the Houston and Baytown areas and finished her career with Dr. Edward Leahey.  She enjoyed crafts, sewing, scrapbooking, collecting dolls and as an accomplished pia...

Squeeze the Day for Feb. 3 - Cincinnati CityBeat

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Can two CityBeat music reviewers be wrong? Probably, but in this case, I think we nailed it.The Pinstripes perform at Bangarang's of Covington tonight for the release party. The group is joined by powerhouse Chicago Soul/Funk band JC Brooks and the Uptown Sound, plus locals SHADOWRAPTR and Sassafraz. Here's a live clip of the ’Stripes in Chicago performing the new album's "Give Some Love," followed by JC Brooks and Co.'s entertaining music video for "Everything Will Be Fine." This one has "Club Gig of the Year" potential written all over it.• George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic are at Bogart's in Corryville tonight for an all-ages, 9 p.m. show. What to say about George other than he is the living embodiment of Funk. (Click here for a more effusive preview.) Clinton recently stopped by Indy on his way to Cincinnati to partake in some of the pre-Super Bowl activities. Check out his very recent interview with MTV's Sway where he talks about Don Cornelius, the late founder of Soul Train. (Tickets for tonight's show are $30, plus fees.)Momentous Happenings in Music History for February 3On this day in 2004, 11 years after breaking up, Alternative Rock pioneers Pixies announced they would do a full-scale reunion tour. Though successful during its initial late ’80s/early ’90s run, the band's legacy grew outrageously after splitting, so it seemed only fair that Pixies members would reap some riches from their posthumous fame and enduring influence. But after reportedly raking in $14 million on that first jaunt, the band doesn't seem to be able to stop reunion-touring, doing consistent jaunts ever since. In 2009, Pixies did numerous dates in honor of the 20th anniversary of their Doolittle album. Last fall, the tour was still going as the band performed a month's worth of U.S. dates on its Doolittle/Lost Cities tour (celebrating D...

MR. BOWLES - Ledger Independent

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Richards; and his brother, Jerry Bowles. Survivors include his wife, Monica Maria Cropper Bowles of Edgewood; his sons, Jonathan Frank Bowles of Maysville, Alexander D. Bowles and wife, Claire of Covington and Andrew Robert Bowles of Edgewood,; his sister, Linda Woodmansee and husband, Bill of Memphis, Tenn. Mass of Christian burial for Jonathan David Bowles, will be held Saturday, Feb. 4, 2012 at 9 a.m. at Holy Cross Church, Latonia. Graveside services will be held Saturday, Feb. 4, 2012 at 1 p.m. in the Maysville Cemetery. Obituary, register book, and driving directions can be found at www.mcdonaldfh.com. Memorials may be made to the Hospice of your choice.

Getting Over Going Under - Cincinnati CityBeat

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
Perhaps this is why I put off writing this story for so long; I didn’t want to admit the truth that at the end of the year two of the most important places in my life will have ceased to be. Covington club The Mad Hatter has already shuttered its doors and the Southgate House in Newport is closing on New Year’s Day.  And I can’t quite bring myself to accept that. In high school, I was the token weird kid. Some of my peers flourished on the football field, in the classroom or in the school theater. But for me, I was the kid who listened to the loud music but didn’t have the musical skill to play himself. Going to a small,...

Also in Arkansas Catholic's Dec. 17 issue - Arkansas Catholic

Sat, Dec 17, 2011
Thanksgiving feastJoseph Weindel (left) and Bob Morris, Knights of Columbus members from St. Peter Church in Wynne, prepare meat in November at St. Joseph Seminary in Covington, La. (News photo) Sister Hermana spent 34 years at St. Edward SchoolSister Hermana Siebenmorgen, OSB, a retired teacher and principal, died Nov. 22. She was 94. (Obituaries) USCCB program is denied funding for trafficking victimsWASHINGTON (CNS) -- A U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops program aiding victims of human trafficking was denied funding after its administrators declined to propose alternatives to a ...

Akron police say man attacked woman, tried to steal her car - NewsNet5.com

Sun, Nov 20, 2011
AKRON, Ohio - A 39-year-old Lakemore woman, with a concealed carry weapon permit, thwarted a possible kidnapping and robbery after she fired her gun while being attacked outside of a bank. Billy Covington, 23, was charged with robbery for the incident that happened at the PNC Bank in the 600 block of Wilbeth Road around 4:00 p.m. Thursday. Akron police said Covington asked Shirley Bennett for directions, but then shoved her into her 2007 Mercury Mariner. That’s when Bennett, an office manager who had made a bank deposit for a trucking company, fought back. "I tried to get away. I couldn't...

Akron police say man attacked woman, tried to steal her car - NewsNet5.com

Sun, Nov 20, 2011
AKRON, Ohio - A 39-year-old Lakemore woman, with a concealed carry weapon permit, thwarted a possible kidnapping and robbery after she fired her gun while being attacked outside of a bank. Billy Covington, 23, was charged with robbery for the incident that happened at the PNC Bank in the 600 block of Wilbeth Road around 4:00 p.m. Thursday. Akron police said Covington asked Shirley Bennett for directions, but then shoved her into her 2007 Mercury Mariner. That’s when Bennett, an office manager who had made a bank deposit for a trucking company, fought back. "I tried to get away. I couldn't...

Covington

Thu, Nov 10, 2011
Covington Wednesday, November 9, 2011 1:34 PM CST BOSSIER CITY, La. - Joyce (JC) Fowler Covington, 72, died Monday, November 7, 2011 in Bossier City, La. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, November 10, 2011 at Erman Smith Funeral Home Chapel in Pittsburg, with Bro. Ray Raney officiating. Interment will follow in Naples Cemetery. Pallbearers are Rick White, Ron Haney, Wayne Pearson, Kenneth ... (Daily Tribune)




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